alien drinking milk

February 8, 2012   Comments (0)
 

alienbaby Run, run for your lives. There’s something in the milk!

C’mon, it looks like a mini Spock! What were they thinking? Is this what will happen to us if we drink their milk/energee/lassi? Yikes!

And who dressed him? Where did they even find the outfit?
Have you seen this yet? Know where it is? Post a comment and share πŸ˜‰

 
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silver

February 3, 2012   Comments (1)
 

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where else would you go for your silveries? πŸ™‚
P.S. Santa Cruz market is amazing. I went through it like a little child, eyes wide open, mouth slightly agape, fascinated by the melange, nah barrage, of shine! Shiny clothes, shiny toys, shiny bangles, shiny accessories, shiny fabric and embroidery – wow!

 
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Gud Kabab

January 30, 2012   Comments (1)
 

kababInteresting marketing, no? This made me laugh.
It’s just chikki (peanut brittle) shaped into small laddoo balls but they’re connected to each other in clusters of 4 or 5.
Voila! Kababs!

P.s. these came from Delhi πŸ™‚

 
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chasy cat

January 28, 2012   Comments (0)
 

bindicoots watch out If you are a bindicoot, I do think you should watch for this. It sounds totally dangerous.
What I found as funny as the name of the product is that “Chasy Cat” has this lovely tear-off dispenser but the grocer has stocked it with the ‘Laxman Rekha’ cockroach repellent.
Which reminds me of the BEST ever sign for “krezy rat maar” painted on the Mahim causeway wall. The tagline, in Hindi, read “choohon ka encounter kar de“.

 
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tootalz

September 16, 2011   Comments (3)
 

beence
Yes, for one day only, ladies, gentlemen, there’s a tootalz sale on tootally everything.
And, gasp, it’s the name of the store.

*facepalm* What were they thinking???

But “diffencer”? Now that’s a new one. I’m beyond baffled. I’m … my brain is in a knot. I need to rest. Tootal rest.
Tootles, everyone πŸ˜‰

P.s. Test your Mumbai GK: do you know where this is?

 
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champions league

September 2, 2011   Comments (2)
 

Champions League Right then, so if YOU know what the Gita Champions League is, you have to tell me. I, too, want to ‘discover the Arjuna in [me]. Seriously! I passed this poster near Worli – but didn’t see anyone to ask.
I’m dying to know … can we see archery fights? Like the TV Mahabharat of yore? Oooh, that would be exciting. Maybe at the Ram Leela Maidan!
Can I dress up too? Is there training?

 
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a’pos’tro’phe

May 9, 2011   Comments (6)
 

sale and buyThis one’s from Fort, Mumbai. (The area formerly known as the Kala Killa, I believe). The same fort had four gates and Churchgate is a hangover from that. Today, Fort is teeming with small shops selling electronics, dildos (yes!), “watche’s” (which must be the code name for the Isprit, ESPRET, SPRIT, Ralex and other fine variations I see there) and more for buy and sale πŸ˜‰

 
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yeah jaam, tumhare naam!

April 1, 2011   Comments (0)
 

beencePost 3 of 3 from a Fort Kochi menu πŸ˜€
Those are some great Continentar options… I’m pretty partial to becked things myself, how about you?

 
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omblet

March 30, 2011   Comments (4)
 

ombletPost 2 of 3 from Salt’n’Pepper cafe in Fort Kochi. The food was better than the spelling.
Porched eggs are my favorite, waise. And they have so many plane options … πŸ˜€

 
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what’s a fish plant?

March 28, 2011   Comments (4)
 

sislersSo we all know that Malyalees get a raw deal when it comes to their agzent. I mean accent πŸ˜‰ So at the risk of perpetuating that, I have to share these. this is the first of 3 from Fort Kochi. I don’t think you need more from me, I’ll exit gracefully and leave you to study the menu…

(p.s. yes, Chopsy is a European Special)

(how do you like your sisler? well done? raw?)

 
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